Hotel Bocayate

Address: Avenida Elaida, La Romana, 22000, Dominican Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Avenida Elaida, La Romana.
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    Travel Blogs from La Romana

    Dominican Republic

    A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 02, 2014

    3 photos

    Another day, another port. The Dominican Republic is the eastern side of the island of Hispaniola. The western side is Haiti. We docked at a port called La Romana. There are a few different things you can do here. We chose to visit some caves call Cueva de las Miravillas (the cave of miracles). It was a great option because we got to see a bit of the countryside, we had a very good taxi driver who told us a bit about the island life ...

    Good gifts

    A travel blog entry by jakebostrom on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... customs. In a manner I've not before witnessed each and every bag and each one of us travelers were whisked through customs by a young Dominican with a bright white smile and a waving hand of greeting ushering us right on through. Not a single bag was opened. Not a single piece was held up. At dinner as we were debriefing from the days travel adventures Felicia recounted a conversation she had with her husband Josh that morning. He asked her how ...

    Trip to the Capital

    A travel blog entry by vicky17 on Apr 12, 2014

    Had a bit of a lie in today, was nice not to be woken up by loud animals or shouting, just from traffic instead! Had the free breakfast at the hostel, pretty good - toast, jam, fruit, cheese, meat. Then headed out again to further explore. Went along the Malecon (promenade along seafront). Not very pretty as lots of rubbish ...

    A visit to the bateys

    A travel blog entry by vicky17 on Feb 23, 2014

    ... drop out after 8th grade as they have no ID documents and so cannot continue their studies. They often end up working in the sugarcane fields and the cycle continues. Also a recent study was done in the region showing that the quality of education in the bateys is pretty shocking, with only a few being able to write their own names.
    We then visited various elderly people who had health complications. The charity has helped to fund medical costs ...

    Take me to the River

    A travel blog entry by vicky17 on Jan 30, 2014

    As a farewell to one of the volunteers here, the group arranged to go to the river. First we had to buy supplies from the market and then pick up the massive sound system which was with one of the group who lives in a bateye. We also picked up a few friends of theirs who joined us for the trip.
    Along the way we got to see people working in ...